Tweet links Paris attacks with the plight of the UK’s disabled

If any of you consider this to be in poor taste, you haven’t been paying attention to events on your own doorstep, never mind France.

That being said, it seems unlikely, when broadcaster Andrew Neil tweeted to highlight the inhumanity of the Daesh terrorists taking part in the Paris attacks on November 13, that he would ever have expected the following response:


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15 thoughts on “Tweet links Paris attacks with the plight of the UK’s disabled

  1. Jean Watson

    just how much more crap and murder of the innocent will it take before people wake up and see the truth of whats really going on and its not what there trying to make us believe

  2. love1salluneed

    I whole heartedly agree with James Cluskey. But it is not just disabled people, it is ALL vulnerable people, whether ill, disabled, mental health problems, finanical difficulties (i.e.jobless) and elderly alike.

  3. Nick

    i was not aware that the terrorists set out to kill the sick and disabled that is normally the rmit of a dictatorship government only

    oh well if it’s not the government out to kill the disabled the terrorists will do just as well i guess

  4. Christin Bergin

    Willingly admit to being more afraid of what this ‘government’ are doing than I am of the ones they label terrorists.

  5. aturtle05Tony Turtle

    Considering the photo was IDS’s reaction to even more money being cut from the disabled, not much different. Personally, I think it’s highly believable that this was his reaction to the news of murdered disabled.

  6. Bookworm

    Personally speaking this govt has caused me more worry and fear than isis so I applaud his tweet.
    Interesting that they targeted disabled too. Are they Daily Mail readers? Sorry to sound so flippant I abhor the attacks in Paris but what’s happening to vulnerable in UK is sickening too.

  7. che

    Horrific as these attacks in France are, still nobody seems to grasp the fact that more people have died under this government than ISIS.

  8. Florence

    The MSM reporting the Paris outrages 24/7 in rolling live broadcasts have been withholding the facts around the terrorists “hunting down” disabled in the concert hall. One can only imagine that the “hunting” terrorists wanted to spark maximum outrage.

    Instead we have the outrage of our supposed “free press” not mention it at all, even while trying to whip up the UK national outrage to the point of leading us toward war. It is one of the most sinister aspects of the whole atrocity. It is also one of the most sinister moments in UK politics.

    It seems the public response of disgust at the barbarity of terrorists could potentially provoke sympathy for the vulnerable, so it must be considered too dangerous by the UK govt. to be reported.

    Is this the final proof we need of IDS and the MSM conspiracy?

  9. mrmarcpc

    IDS and his bunch will carry on doing what they’re doing to the sick until they’re no more because the idiot masses of the British believe any old twoddle you tell them and they fall for it and support them, if they told them that Santa Claus was secretly a Muslim who wants to enslave the West and take all the kiddies presents away, they would!

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